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Hey all,
Can anyone tell me howIcan work out if my spare wheel from my old 2003 Citroen C3 will do as a spare for the Juke? Also will the jack workas well?
Idon'thave Juke yet so cant just try them for size.I justdon'twant to pay for a spare or the tools.
Any info would be greatly received
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Google the C3 wheel and find out what the pcd and offset is - then post it back here and I am sure someone can help; or google the juke pcd and offset too, if they are all the same you should be OK I'd say...
 

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C3 -PCD : 4x108Offset : 28
Juke - PCD: 5x114.3 Offset: 47
I have no idea what this means butIguess that means no?</font>
 

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Your right -

The Citroen is 4 stud, the Juke is 5 so its a none starter.
The 108 / 114.3 is to do with the distance between the studs.
The Offset is basically how far out from the centre of the hub the wheel sticks out.

So its a NO NO on every count then!!!!

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As Andytran said, no chance I'm afraid... I'm sure some Citroën owner will buy it off you on eBay or similar...
 
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